Whenever the topic of any discussion deals with smartphones, people can sometime be apprehensive of them due to their cost. Some might say that they might not get the most out of the phones, while others are just tighter on the budget. In any case, the preconception is that smartphones are not cheap. While that may be the case, it is not all the time. The beauty of Android devices, unlike the iPhone is that the multitude of manufacturers also meant that they have more flexibility of the phone variants they can produce. Then can cover more markets with more units, thus more profit. What we’re trying to say is that there are also Android smartphones that you don’t have to cut a leg to buy (yeah, that’s exaggerated but you get the point). So here now are some Android smartphones at the lower price points but still good phones overall.
Probably the best description for the Wildfire is basically that it’s a mini Desire so to speak. HTC tried bringing the most out of their high-end smartphones into this mid-tier unit and it kind of works. Read More.
If you’re talking about miniturized phones, then you’ll definitely not go wrong with the Xperia X10 Mini as it is probably one of the smallest Android phones out there. Read More.
Talking about big names for small devices, HTC this time around introduces the Legend. Differing from the usual touchscreen bar phone, the Legend comes in aluminum with black highlights to break the color monotony. Read More.
If you’re looking for that attractive but cost-efficient phone, then LG might have the one for you with the Optimus Chic. It has a 3.2-inch capacitive LCD at 480 x 320 resolution, has the usual connectivity options (i.e. Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth) with the addition of DNLA for streaming audio/video across devices. Read More.
While Samsung is known for their larger Android phones like the Galaxy S2 and the newer Galaxy Note, they are also catering to the smaller phone market with the aptly-named Galaxy Mini. Read More.
Now here’s a different twist. Most smartphones are deeply integrated to the popular social media sites today like Twitter and Facebook. Read More.
Huawei has something good here with the Ideos. Despite being an entry-level Android phone, there’s something that makes the Ideos notable among the cheaper Android phones. Read More.
Now Samsung ain’t throwing random letters in the alphabet in their phones, akin to the similarly named Galaxy W. But the Galaxy Y is named due to the nature or the target market of the phone — the Younger market. Read More.